Hello! It’s good to see you!
Since you are here, it probably means you are interested in how we find new talent for u2i. We like to keep things clear so here is the story behind joining us.
Step 1: Who are you?
We would love to get to know you better. Visit our website and tell us more about your experience with web development and programming languages you know. But it’s not just about your professional experience. Share with us what you like and what you are interested in.
Step 2: We love puzzles. We hope you do too.
Step 3: Come Skype with us.
We will finally see each other! You will be invited for a online meeting that will last up to one hour. Just remember to have a device through which you are able to write (computer would be the most convenient). We will answer any questions you may have and tell you a bit more about u2i.
Step 4: Time to meet in person.
Now it’s time to visit our office in Kraków. And we have to mention that- it’s a very cool office. You will get the chance to get to know us better. The entire meeting will last up to three hours. But don’t worry, there will be breaks and we will do our best to make it as cool as we can*.
*It won’t be one of those stress interview you’ve probably heard a lot of. We will be evaluating your skills and knowledge, and getting to know why you want to join us. Last but not least, you will meet some team members working on different projects. All of your questions will be answered. During this step you will decide if you would like to work with us and we will also make a decision.
Step 5: The doors are open and your desk is ready.
You have made it! New beginnings are exciting but don’t worry, we will take care of you. You will get someone to help you – your Shepard. This person will be responsible for introducing you to the rest of the team, your work and workplace, and will be there to answer all of your questions.
Enjoy the ride!
But in case we say ‘no’.
It sometimes happens that we have to say ‘no’. Nevertheless, every single time we will tell you why. We believe that valuable feedback helps you to develop and grow. So if you hear ‘no’ – don’t worry. We encourage you to learn more and maybe try again in the future!